Canberra Escorts – How Important Is Consent To BDSM Sex?
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Canberra Escorts – How Important Is Consent To BDSM Sex?

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After Fifty Shades Of Grey, BDSM has become sort of like a long-kept secret that has escaped out of Pandora’s box. But, it doesn’t mean that this kind of sex play is all misery and evil out to afflict humankind. Instead, the world has opened up to a new sexual rage, bondage that is. Suddenly, people are openly talking about kinky sex and apparently, women are enjoying being at the limelight of bondage, thanks to Anastasia Steele.

There have been positives and negatives identified with BDSM and experts continue to debate whether or not consent in sex is important. If you’re having sex with any of the stunning Canberra Escorts, do you think you still need consent with or without BDSM?

Two Core Beliefs Of Consent

If you still don’t know what BDSM means, it is an abbreviation which stands for bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, and sadism and masochism. In other words, it’s kind of a generic term under which a plethora of sexual kinks belong, which include but is not limited to bondage (use of handcuffs, rope, blindfolds), impact play (caning, flogging, slapping), and role play (popular ones are teacher-student, and doctor-patient portrayals), among others.

According to Dawn Serra, a reputed sex adviser, there are two core beliefs about consent that plays a very important role in bondage play. One is the ‘SSC’ for safe, sane and consensual, while the other is the ‘RACK’ for risk-aware consensual kink.

She stresses that this is the kind of consent that every practitioner of BDSM should uphold. Not only Serra but, practically all sex educators are urging sexual people to practise safety in whatever kinky actions they desire to implement and that those actions have to be mutually agreed upon by all the parties involved.

Therefore, it is imperative that they know and understand what potential dangers may take place if one partner unwillingly gives in to the demand of the other, and further, so that they may take the necessary precautions to avoid potential risks. Now, it’s up to the sexing couple whether or not to proceed with this kind of erotic play. Without consent, but still, a man imposes his sexual whims on a partner will likely land him in jail, for sexual assault.

A typical precautionary measure in bondage is a safe word that is mutually agreed, as a safety net. For instance, the word, ‘red’ which means stop, just like in a traffic light system. Things like these have to be discussed ahead of time if two people agree to engage in BDSM.

Ground Rules To Follow In Bondage Play

1. Get affirmation – If she says ‘no’, don’t proceed. However, the absence of no doesn’t mean she’s consenting either. You got to study her verbal and non-verbal expressions, etc.

2. Get a nod for every single act – If she says ‘yes’ to coitus it doesn’t indicate she’s consenting to spanking and other kinks

3. Spot enthusiasm and willingness – She’s showing excitement and eagerness to do things without force or pressure.

It’s clear now that with a safe and consensual consent, you’re going to enjoy your kinky moments with your girlfriend or with the irresistible Canberra Escorts.

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